Icy conditions lead to car crashes across Cambridgeshire

A SPATE of road crashes took place this morning (Wednesday) as motorists struggled on icy roads. The first collision was reported at 5.30am on the B1096 in Ramsey Forty Foot. Two fire crews from Ramsey and a rescue vehicle from Huntingdon were called to

A SPATE of road crashes took place this morning (Wednesday) as motorists struggled on icy roads.

The first collision was reported at 5.30am on the B1096 in Ramsey Forty Foot.

Two fire crews from Ramsey and a rescue vehicle from Huntingdon were called to reports of a vehicle overhanging a ditch with three people inside.

Firefighters made the vehicle safe and released the people from the car.

An ambulance was called but no one required hospital treatment

At 6.55am a mini skidded off Gransden Road in Great Gransden. A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said one man was treated at the scene after suffering minor head injuries.

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Elsewhere in the county a car left Hall Lane in Abbots Ripton and landed in a ditch just after 8am. A 26-year-old woman suffered minor injuries.

Forty five minutes later a vehicle left Stocking Fen Road in Ramsey. A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said a 20-year-old male was treated at the scene.

Collisions were also reported on the A1198 between Godmanchetser and Papworth.

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